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Jessica Simpson prepares for wedding to Eric Johnson with vegan dietJessica Simpson prepares for wedding to Eric Johnson with vegan diet

Jessica Simpson’s Wedding Preparation Included a Plant Based Diet

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Jessica Simpson said “I do” to a plant based diet in preparation for her wedding to football player Eric Johnson.

Over the holiday weekend, the singer tied the knot for the second time and swore off meat and dairy to help her get in shape, Us Weekly reports. Reportedly, Simpson pulled a switcheroo by eliminating all animal products from her everyday eating habits.

“Jessica did a vegan diet for about two weeks leading up to the wedding,” the source revealed. It seems Simpson also received “quite a few B12 shots” as part of her wedding prep.

Like Simpson, other stars have also dabbled with veganism by taking on the 22-day vegan challenge, including Beyonce, Jay Z and Jennifer Lopez.

No word if the plant based diet will hold permanently, but maybe the animal-friendly act will push Simpson to officially say sayonara to her meat-eating ways. Or, at least, reduce her meat and dairy consumption considerably.

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